The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 13, 1939 · Page 2
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W5ETWO THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, OCT. 13, 1939. SOCIETY . I FILER 15 TO Annual Event Is Civic Auditorium Grand Rapids The regular meeting of Pere Maiqiiette chapter No. 327, Order of Eastern Star, was held on Tuesday evening with Mrs. Allan Burch presiding in the place of the regular worthy matron, Mrs. A. A. Reiser, who was attending the Grand Chapter Meeting. Mrs. Rudolph Beckstrom had the associate worthy matron's chair for the evening. There will ue a special meeting on Oct. 24, to honor the past matrons and patrons. It was also decided to hold a potluck supper tp precede the annual meeting in November. The committee in charge of this event Is headed by Mrs. Thomas McMaster and includes Mrs. Nettie Vink, Mrs. Ida Snow, Mrs Brody, Mrs. Walter. Krause, Miss Effie Abair and Misses Ann and Ella Mendelsohn. 'Those members of the local Local Amusements LYRIC THEATER— Presents Joe E. Brown and Martha Raye in $1,000 a Touchdown." OSSAWALD CRUMB TAPROOM Dancing. OLD HICKORY INN— Dancing. HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN— Dancing. TODD-L-INN— Dancing. RAINBOW GARDENS— Roller skating. # # * Mrs. Delbert Filer, 928 East Ludington avenue, was "hostess recently to members of the Ludington Junior Child Study club, at the regular meeting of the organization. Mrs. Elmer Anderson acted as co-hostess at the meeting. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Lawrence Carrier, Mrs. Gerald Nerheim, secretary, presided over the meeting. Secretarial duties for the evening; were taken over by Mrs. M v ron Myers. During the business session, plans for Dad's Night were discussed. It was decided to hold this affair in the form of a masnuerade suoper. to be held on Oct. 25. in the Polish hall. All members of the club who were absent at the recent meetins: are asked to call Mrs. Clar- be announced as soon as the committees in charge have finished their plans. After the meeting, dancing was enjoyed with music being furnished by Mrs. George Mc- Kerty at the piano. * * * Mr. and Mrs. George Sharp, 403 North Ferry street, announce the marriage of ^heir daughter, Frances, to K. V. Christoffersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Christoffersen of Ludington, Route 1. The couple was united in marriage at a quiet ceremony, performed Saturday evening, Sept. 2, in Muskegon. Rev. H. Jorgen;en, pastor of the Central Lutheran church of Muskegon, officiated at the service. They were attended by Mis Ida Shearer of Ludington and by Dan Loncar of Detroit. The bride was attired in a St.Simon's Students Have Special Program Honoring Columbus and his great achievements, students of St. Simon's high school held a special assembly oft Thursday afternoon. Columbus' great devotion to the mother of God was recalled in the opening with "Mother. Star of the Sea." The program included an essay. "The Discovery of America," given by Keith Forest; a poem, "Columbus," by Margaret Ann Rogers; the reading, "Three Days in the Life of Columbus" by Peggy Morrison and "The Achievements of Columbus." by Corrine Loy. The program closed with the assembly singing, "America the Beautiful. 1 ' _ Ellis Island once was famous as a place where pirates were hanged and for years was called Gibbett Island for that reason. ence Dittmer in rpo-nrri tn thpir ! . •'•"^ , ui "•'=««» a.n.ncu JU a . Botl Athens thp r £?? d t0 thelr i s^t-lenrtn frock of pastel' blue i tempted to"' At this time Mr? Paul Schott C '' epe ' W ° m With white accefi Candlelight Service Installs Officers I was voted a member of the club j ajrl was welcomed. i The program for the evening j wa* in charge of Mrs. Myrtle I HolHnErer. who gave an interest- i insr talk on the subject of punishment. Articles on this mblect were read from the book written by Zelia M. Walters. sories and a shoulder corsage of gardenias. Miss Shearer wore a street-length frock of pale rose, with white accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Christoffersen is a graduate of Ludington high school and for the past three years has been employed in the office of the Thompson Cabinet company. tions down dren to perish. and Sparta at- their popula- by exposing chil- The home of Misses Betty and J At the close of the evening, de- I Mr. Christoffersen is associated chapter who attended the three- Phyllis Love, 408 North "Rowe I licious refreshments were served day session of the 73rd Annual Grand Chapter, held in the Civic auditorium at Grand Rapids, were Mrs. Eva J. Snow, Mrs. Clara Pugh, Mrs. A. A. Keiser and Mrs. Homer Doe. Those members who attended the meetings held on Wednesday were Mrs. William Matson, Mrs. Alan Burch, Mrs. Rose Benson, Mrs. J. Wesley Baltzer, Mrs. Hugh Earner, Mrs. Lloyd Barnett, Mrs. Hans Rasmussen, Mrs. Ida Snow, Mrs. Nels Palmer, Mrs. street, was the scene Tuesday evening of the installation of officers of the Four Square club of The Community church. j The occasion was carried out i with an impressive candlelight J ceremony. Each new officer lighted her candle from a flame I representative of love and! pledged herself to carry out the ! aims and ideals of the organi- j aztion. These new officers are: I President, Mrs. Dawn Jensen; vice president, Mrs. Verona in business with Arthur Reinberg at the Northern Fruit company. The couple left today on a brief by the hostess. Appointments were carried out in a Halloween motif and lovely bouquets of | motor trip and upon their return baby mums were used in decor-J will reside at Ludington. ation. I * * * A truest of the evening Mrs. Nyles Baltzer. was .* ~ •* Paul Marks, Mrs. Leslie Prehn, Johnson; second vice president, TownsendClubNo.2 Plans Social Events Mrs. Beaune, Mrs. William Anderson, Mrs. Wilbur Moystner and Mrs. Robert Cook. # * * Interesting Talk Is Program Feature Mrs. A. J. Johnson, 112'/2 East Danaher street, was hostess recently to the members of the Senior Child study club, at the regular meeting of the organization. The meeting was c ^ened with the reading of a poeu. from the club program book, by Mrs. Wilfrid Hocking. The membership committee, of which Mrs. Hocking is chairman, then presented the names of four new candidates for memership, which were approved and welcomed as members. These persons are Mrs. Robert Farrier, Mrs. F. G. Dykstra, Mrs. Harry Jensen and Mrs. Robert Albrecht. During the business session the date for the Dad's Night meeting was discussed and the tentatively planned card shower was also discussed. It was decided that members who are unable to attend certain meetings must notify the hostess of the meeting during which the absence will occur not later than the Tuesday before the meeting. The talk of the evening was given by Mrs. Dan V. Dewey, who spoke on the topic "Threshold Years," relating the problems outstanding to the various ages. A general discussion was then participated in by all members. At the close of the evening, dainty refreshments were served | toy the co-hostesses, Mrs Johnson and Mrs. Louis Weiman Appointments for the luncheon were carried out in a Halloween scheme. A guest of the club was Mrs. C. E. Bateson. Mrs. Clarence Kronlein, 416 North Gaylord avenue, will be co- tess for the next meeting with Mrs. Dickey as co-hostess Mrs. Helga Mercadal; secretary, Miss Jeannette Peterson, and treasurer. Miss Phyllis Love. Plans for a potluck supper and Hallowe'en party, to be held on Oct. 24, were discussed. It was also planned to hold a rummage sale in the near future and to sponsor a Christmas program for the children. * # * Mrs. L Spoor Is Hostess to Club The regular meeting of the Women of Grace Episcopal church was held on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leslie M. Spoor, 303 West Haight street. During the business meeting, presided over by the president, Mrs. J. Abrahamspn, plans were made for the parish supper, to be held on Nov. 3 to inaugurate the every member canvass. Mrs. Edwin Shelby, regional' secretary of the church periodical group, explained the work which is being done by this grouo, both in the state and locally. Fifty magazine subscriptions have been sent out during the past year. Mrs. Shelby had on exhibit a large number of framed pictures and scrapbooks which were made by the local group for distribution. After the meeting, Mrs. Spoor served delicious refreshments consisting of pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream and served with coffee. A regular business meeting of Ludington Junior Townsend club No. 2 was heH on Tuesdav evoninT at the Moose Lodge ballroom. The meeting WPS onened with the staffing of "America" and urjviiTT of the pledge of allegiance to the flag. Bulletins and re- rTt.s were read, after which a discussion was held on the topic nf holding a rummage sale in the Masonic buildine at an early' rtatp. Several ladies of the Senior Town.send club offered their assistance on this occa- 1 sion. Mrs. G°ors» McKertv wasi aonointed chairman to secure: the building. It was decided to hold another __ .dancing.oartv.on • Tuesday eve-i-'" ning. Oct. 17. at the ballroom. The "Swingsters" will furnish mu c ic for the occasion. On Oct. 31. a Halloween partv is to be given and a cordial invitation i- extended to all who wish to attend. Completed a r arrangements for this event will Young People Have Monthly Meeting The monthly literary and so- \ cial meeting of Evangelical Free; church Youns; People's society | was held on Wednesday evening j at 8 o'clock. Host and hostess j for the evening were Verneri and Ida Marie Anderson. j The program for the evening j included a reading, given by i Paul Johnson: a vocal duet byi Misses Viola and Margaret Me- i Kay. a reading by Lester Hal-! verson. a clarinet solo by Miss > Catherine Carlson, a vocal solo!; by Miss Violet Lindquist, a; reading by Miss June Zemke, a j piano solo by Miss Phyllis Paul- i son ,a reading by Howard Lar-! son and a vocal duet by Misses j Ruth and Naomi Anderson. ! The program was brought to} a close with a message from the pastor, Rev. Carl G. Nicholson. 49c FROSTY FRUIT ICE CREAM CAKE 12 Cup Cakes FREE AT LAGESEN'S DANISH BAKERY NOTICE MEAT PRICES HAVE COME DOWN! Direct from farmer to consumer. BEEF ROAST, finest quality, young, tender Ib. SIRLOIN STEAK ib. ROUND STEAK ib PORK SHOULDER ROAST, | Op young pig, Ib. iO\/ PORK STEAK, i PORK CHOPS i RING BOLOGNA, no filler, finest quality 2 \bs. PORK SAUSAGE, small, finest quality Ib. FRANKFURTERS, small finest quality, Jb. BACON, regular slab, .. Ib. PICNIC HAMS Ib. PURE LARD, finest quality, Ib. VFAL SHOULDER ROAST, 9f\f* milk fed Ib. *W\s Oldest, largest meat market in the city. Louie Eliasohn Phone 152 619 S. James "The Place Where Your Dollar Works Overtime." lOc DANCING After Tonight's Game AND SATURDAY NIGHT Music by EARL JENSON and His SWINGSTERS HAMELL'S LAKE SHORE INN NO COVER CHARGE. Occasion Dresses We've just received some beguiling fashions, Occasion Dresses, we call them, because so many of our smart young customers pick them for their important occasions. That just proves how smart these dressy, but not fussy fashions are. Rich silk and rayon crepes, with shadowy patterns that arc damask-like and lovely, blacks, blackberry, forest green, Del- pmn blue and many others. Sizes 12 to 44 at a fi»o special price «{>O« Pick yours today while the as- «W|ment is r good. Afternoon and school dresses, wool rayon in plain d AS and figured $l*tf D 'he Mode ictively Different" Ludintfon fi. James St. THE WEATHER SUGGESTS OVERCOATS And We Suggest CURLEE TOPCOAT or an OVERCOAL all in one FIFTEEN SECONDS is all that it takes to change from a light weight to a heavy weight or vice versa. Come in and see how easy it works. ' You'll like this twin purpose CURLEE Coat, handsomely fashioned in all the New Models^ including the New Raglan or Century Swing Sleevp Balma.ccan. Available in all the new fabrics and colors, Teal Blue, Ocean Green, also in Tweed (Effects. $27.50 The Smartest Coat Buy of the Year. EQUIPPED WITH GENUINE TALON SLIDE FASTENER. The Toggery K. L. ASHBACKEE & SONS Bethany League Meets on Thursday The Epworth League of Bethany Methodist church held its regular weekly devotional meeting on Thursday evening in the church parlors. Supper was served preceding the service to 30 members of the league and their friends by the host ahd hostess, Rev. and Mrs Erling Edwardsen, assisted by Harvey, Howard and Norman Thompson, Miss Marjorie Olson and Miss Mildred Smith. The group enjoyed hearing Miss Sylvia Benson, who played the- lovely piano selection, "Blessed Calvarv." Miss Vert; Hansen, president of the league, opened the service and in the course of the business session, held later, it was decided to send a birthday gift to Miss Gertrude Anderson, who is in Ann Arbor. Rev. Edwardsen spoke on the topic "Fair Play," using the Golden Rule as a part of his subject Visit Our Bargain Basement SINGLE BLANKETS 66" by 76". Variety of ' colors. 44c PENNEY'S October Plans Are Made at C.D.A. Meeting The regular business meeting of Court Ludington 745, Catholic Daughters of America, was held on Wednesday evening at James Golden hall. During the meeting an announcement was made of a rummage sale, to be held on Oct. 21 CANDY Is a delicious food, enjoy some every day. FREE 1/2 pound of orange slices or chocolate drops with one pound of CHOCOLATE NUT GOODIES, pound MORRIS 5c, lOc to $1 STORE HOMOGENIZED Soft Curd Milk Will Not Form Top Scum When Heated. Cream in Every Drop The Park Dairy Phone 1>5 We Deliver DO YOU KNOW- That Modern Chiropractic Adjustments Afford Relief without Pain or Embarrassment, in Almost Every Ailment? Benj. Doll, D. C. It Pays to See Your Chiropractor First! Phone 900 Free Consultation 127 N. James St. ORCHESTRA at OLD HICKORY INN Saturday Night MUSIC BY "BUTCH" AND THE BOYS. No Cover Charge. Music from 10 to 1:30. Announcement was also made of an October party to be given on Oct. 25 by the group of which Mrs. Myrtle Charon is chairman. Mrs. Ralph Sheldon, vice grand regent of Michigan CDA, reported on the national convention of the organization, held in Detroit last July. Refreshments were served during the social hour following the meeting. DINE and DANCE at the SILVER CAVE TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT Hear your favorite songs and dance music by the COWBOY STRING BAND Draught and Bottled Beer, Wine and Soft Drinks. Sandwiches, lOc. Fish and French Fried Potatoes, I5c. No Cover or extra oharge. TODAY'S SUGGESTION FOR PREVENTING FIRES Use Electricity SAFELY ALL electrical wiring and equip*V mcnt should be installed in accordance with the requirements of the National Electrical Code and the work done by an expert electrician. Many nres and accidents can thus be avoided. FIRE PREVENTION WEEK October 8- 1* Meny-Washatka AGENCY Phone 58 110 East Ludington Ave. "Cameo" came—and "Cameo" conquered! Here's the captivating little step-in that's taking the fashion world by storm! Tailored enough to go with your new fall suit. Smart enough to take first prize at the afterrfoon bridge club! OTHER smts Brown or Black Suede Calf. $£ __ $r Sizes 3% to 9, AAAA to C. O ' u O EHNA JETTICK MELODIES Every Sunday afternoon. , STATION WMAQ 5:00 P. M. Walking Shoes Go Placet Comfortably Forslind and Gavan "TJie Basement Store" LOOK INTO YOUR FUTURE THE MISS ENNA JETTICK 1939 SAVE MONEY NOW! BU ' rrEB '..2 ,,,,55c LARD, kettle rendered, .... Ib. SUGAR, 100 Ibs. SODA CRACKERS, Johnston's A Ib. 4 CA & box J.tH/ GRAHAM 9 Ib. | fft CRACKERS *< box LIBBY'S MILK, case, $2.90; 4 cans 25c OYSTERS, large pint CIDER, ice cold, 9Af» clean, gallon AIVV COFFEE, Happy Host, best in town for the money, 3 Ibs. 39c Ib. MOTHER'S BEST FLOUR, 24'/i Ib. bag * tfC GOOCHE'S BEST FLOUR, 50 Ib. OH cloth bag «PJ SANKA or KAFFEE HAG, Ib. PRIM £ TISSUE, O rolls WHEATIES , Pkg. ...'.... 2 pkgs. 21c Pitcher Free. KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES ... pkg. Cereal-Bowl Free. CORNED 9 BEEF, .. A JELLO, any flavor ... pkg. SPAM, 9 If* can •* • V MIRACLE WHIP, quart TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT, new pack, O 80*8, .;.... O for JUICE ORANGES, seedless doz. CRANBERRIES, :... ib. APPLES, eans ,„. 1C LUND'S GROCERY 310 S. Washington Ave. Phone 111 ' \\ - Ik':

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